Persona Non Grata
Between the voucher talk, the privates practicing/playing outside of Lucas County when the health commish shut down sports during COVID (and the ensuing lawsuit filed by some)and the contractually-obligated recruiting talking points, it was very obvious that anybody in the Diocese wasn't getting in lmao.[/B]
Ah, man. Two games on a weeknight b2b? Must be nice to have lights. I actually love the concept, but yes it is not considerate of real life. Baseball brain problems![/B]I'll be honest, the CHSL isn't that bad for most sports. They will have good competition/exposure in football, basketball, etc. Baseball is the real problem, but not competition wise (even with a powerhouse like Orchard Lake St. Mary's). It's more of a logistics problem, as CHSL plays midweek conference doubleheaders. If I'm an assistant, how am I supposed to get up there coming from work (and not employed in the building)? You're probably getting there mid-game 1 if you're lucky.
That's really my only gripe about CHSL (that and their Yappi equivalent pales in comparison), but otherwise a good option for the Toledo privates.[/B]